The GMG Mystery/Suspense/Thriller Club

Started by DavidW, July 06, 2014, 07:09:58 AM

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Jo498

You all probably have read them already but among the best "alternative Nazi history" novels are Robert Harris: Fatherland and Stephen Fry: Making History.
Tout le malheur des hommes vient d'une seule chose, qui est de ne savoir pas demeurer en repos, dans une chambre.
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Jay F

Quote from: Jo498 on February 16, 2016, 01:21:05 PM
You all probably have read them already but among the best "alternative Nazi history" novels are Robert Harris: Fatherland and Stephen Fry: Making History.

I read Fatherland some time ago, and think I saw the (TV?) movie. I ordered Making History. Thank you.

Roy Bland

🗓what do you think of this Italian version of "Spider's web" by Agatha Christie?Are the performances, the actors and the scenography satisfactory?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXuj2edoT94

DavidW

Quote from: Gurn Blanston on July 06, 2014, 02:32:45 PMDude, Michael Connelly is the finest author today. I have every one of the Harry Bosch books and have read them several times each; no worries, it won't be dirty cops. The thing about Bosch is him, he is so noir. The depth of the mystery is one thing, the overall mood is something else again. Just this afternoon I finished rereading the first book in another series by Connelly, The Lincoln Lawyer.

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After you are done with Bosch, try Haller.   :)

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This is a blast from the past.  I still read Connelly.  But after twenty or so books I way slowed down.  Read Bosch and Lincoln Lawyer series along with Blood Work and the sequel.

Irons

After a 70 year run in the West End, Agatha Christie's play The Mousetrap has made it to Broadway.
You must have a very good opinion of yourself to write a symphony - John Ireland.